ITN’s Andy Bell, who cut his journalistic teeth on BBC Radio 4’s Today programme, where he was the foreign affairs editor before heading across to the political desk at ITN, will be chairing an EU debate in Tunbridge Wells next month.
It’s being organised by The Discussion Forum and is your chance to put questions to a panel of experts. Behind the idea are local residents Caroline Clark and Diana Armstrong-Wilson both of whom are struggling to decide which way to vote in the EU referendum on June 23.
Panellists include Ben Patterson, former President of the West Kent European Movement, and Professor Philip Davis, Visiting Fellow of the National Institute of Economic and Social Research. They will be arguing for the ‘in’ vote.
Arguing for ‘out’ will be Brendan Chilton, General Secretary of Labour Leave, and Diane James, an MEP representing South East England. The Confederation of British Industry’s Director of Campaigns Andy Bagnall will also be taking part.
The opening discussion will be followed by audience questions aimed at either the panel or local business representatives, giving all those attending the chance to challenge the experts.
This is your chance to get answers to those all important questions that might help you decide which way to vote on June 23. The Times is the media partner for the debate.
Debate: 7.30pm at the Assembly Hall, Tunbridge Wells on May 25.
Pricing: £17 full adult, £15 concessions (code required), Group 10+ £12.50
Book: 01892 530613 Online: www.assemblyhalltheatre.co.uk
Submit your own question by emailing email@example.com
Additional names are regularly being added to the panels so go to www.thediscussionforum.co.uk for the latest news